Attention Pennsylvania Patriots!
We need your help! (Please read unti the end!)
“When law and morality contradict each other, the citizen has the cruel alternative of either losing his moral sense or losing his respect for the law. These two evils are of equal consequence, and it would be difficult for a person to choose between them.” (The Law by Frederic Bastiat)
Have you had your own situation when law and morality contradict each other?
WE will no longer yield our right to choose between these two evils.
We know it is in violation of our laws to:
1. Lock a person up without due process
2. To discriminate by labeling people as essential or non-essential
3. To take away a citizen’s right to earn an income
4. To take the rights of a business to engage in commerce
5. To not allow any religion to practice as dictated by their religion
In Pennsylvania, we Have a Governor who assumes power from :
DISEASE PREVENTION AND CONTROL LAW OF 1955
Act of Apr. 23, (1956) 1955, P.L. 1510, No. 500 Cl. 35
His incompetence of his Emergency Power Act based on a Disease Prevention and Control Law of 1955 and he is so incompetent he can’t even follow existing law!
Pennsylvania’s Dr. Rachel Levine, the Secretary of Health, removes her mother from the nursing home. While Pennsylvania’s nursing homes were required to admit patients with Covid-19. Is this special treatment for Dr. Rachel Levine? With a 70 percent death rate of our Seniors in nursing homes is she going to be held accountable for her failed policies?
Luckily, we have a solution, and you can be a part of it. Let us introduce you to our initiative to create a course for the Pennsylvania State Constitution with the Institute on the Constitution.
The Institute on the Constitution is on a mission to restore the Constitutional Republic through grassroots education. They were cofounded in 2004 by Attorney Michael Peroutka, and have since provided courses on the U.S. Constitution, the Truth of America’s Founding, the Citizen and the Sheriff, the Duty of the Jury, and the Maryland State Constitution Course.
The Institute on the Constitution believes that there is a specific view of Law and Government which is distinctively American in nature. We call this “The American View,” and it is based on a Biblical Worldview.
We are leading a campaign to create a Pennsylvania State's Constitution Course with the Institute on the Constitution. Currently We are raising funds from citizens of Pennsylvania to help persuade the people to know and study Pennsylvania’s State Constitution, and why they should support this project.
What we need to do:
● 12 video lessons on the Pennsylvania State Constitution. After viewing, you will know the Pennsylvania State Constitution better than most in the Pennsylvania State House and Senate, which means you will be able to recognize unconstitutional bills and laws that are introduced BEFORE they become a problem (i.e. emergency powers).
● Each lesson will take about 20 min., less time than an episode of Breaking Bad, which means you will still have plenty of time to have social-distancing protest parties, go camping in your backyard… you know, live life “normally.”
● Lessons are appropriate for children, which means you will spend time as a family
learning and planning how you will make a difference in your community together.
● A student manual that includes lesson notes, reviews, and quizzes that break down
content in a way that is so easy to understand, even Governor Wolf could comprehend it.
● An instructor/host manual that includes step-by-step instruction on how you can teach the course, which means you will be equipped to help your friends, neighbors, church, and community understand Pennsylvania State laws, securing the future for your
children and subsequent generations of Pennsylvania State citizens by passing down
● Access to an online community, including support from certified instructors will be
available, which means no question will go unanswered and you will never be studying
or teaching alone!
Why Institute on the Constitution (IOTC)?
All IOTC courses are created using only primary source documents, the principle approach method of education, and are all taught from our founders “American View” of law and government as stated in the Declaration of Independence (summarized):
● There is a God
● Our rights come from Him
● The purpose of Government is to secure our God-given rights
What is the cost?
The total cost of this project is $10,000. This a modest amount considering the time and the team needed (speakers, video editors, professors, state history scholars, word processors, lawyers, etc.) needed to create all the pieces listed above. Course creation will be guaranteed once you help us reach our goal of $10,000. Money raised is held in a special account for the Pennsylvania State Constitution Course project specifically. Any money raised over $10,000 will be used to promote the Pennsylvania State Constitution Course.
Click to donate now and share this project with fellow Citizens in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania!
In summary, this course will include:
● 12 video lessons available digitally and via DVD
● Student Manual available digitally and spiral-bound hardcopy
● Host/Teachers manual available digitally and hardcopy
● One-on-one support from certified instructors online
Bonus: If desired, your name will appear in the back of the student manual as a contributor for future generations to see! *Businesses who donate $500-$999 will have the option of being featured in a 1/4 page recognition in the student manual, businesses who donate $1,000 or more have the option of being featured in a 1/2 page recognition in the student manual.
Please help us fight tyranny and restore freedom in Pennsylvania through a donation today!
P.S. Institute on the Constitution is a 501©(3) organization, therefore all donations are tax-deductible!
P.P.S. Unlike other institutions that offer government courses, IOTC courses offer community support, perks, and rewards as you study. Not only that, they don’t leave you with knowledge without knowing what to do with it. IOTC courses materials help equip students to put knowledge into action with the gifts God has given them; from using courses to teach their children, to hosting classes in a local community center, to running for public office, there are countless examples of how IOTC has helped students make an impact in their communities.